Steenberg, Conrad D. and Aslakson, Eric and Bunn, Julian J. and Newman, Harvey B. and Thomas, Michael and van Lingen, Frank (2003) The Clarens Web Services Architecture. SLAC eConf Archive . http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechCACR:CACR-2003-203
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Clarens is a Grid-enabled web service infrastruture implemented to augment the current batch-oriented Grid services computing model in the Compound Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment of the LHC. Clarens servers leverage the Apache web server to provide a scalable framework for clients to communicate with services using the SOAP and XML-RPC protocols. This framework provides security, session persistent storage, service standards wherever possible instead of inventing new standards. This paper describes the basic architeture of Clarens, while a companion paper describes clients and services that take advantage of this architecture. More information and documentation is also available at the Clarens web page at http://clarens.sourceforge.net.
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